The Hidden Cinema: British Film Censorship in Action 1913-1972

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Routledge, 2 באוג׳ 2005 - 216 עמודים
How does film censorship work in Britain? Jim Robertson's new paperback edition of The Hidden Cinema argues that censorship has had a far greater influence on British film history than is often apparent, creating the `hidden cinema' of the title. Robertson charts the role of the British Board of Film Censors, established in 1913, and the histories of a variety of noteworthy films including Battleship Potemkin and No Orchids for Miss Blandish and revealing how censorship continues to exert a marked influence on many important films - like the controversial A Clockwork Orange - some of which have now vanished from British screens altogether. This edition includes a brand new section on Bernardo Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris, immediately engulfed in censorship wrangles on its release in 1972.
 

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Introduction
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1 The silents 19131929
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2 The early talkies 19301939
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3 The Second World War and its aftermath 19401950
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4 The later talkies 19501972
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5 Conclusion
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James Robertson, who has been described as "the grandfather of green economics," worked in the Cabinet Office and as a researcher for British banks. In the 1970s he was one of the co-founders of The Other Economic Summit and The New Economics Foundation. His books include Future Money: Breakdown or Breakthrough, The Sane Alternative, Future Wealth and Future Work.

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